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Computing optical flow using fast total variation

Arthur Masson
VITRONIC, University of Rennes 1
University of Rennes 1, 2011

@article{masson2011computing,

   title={Computing optical flow using fast total variation},

   author={Masson, A.},

   year={2011}

}

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During my internship, I was in charge of implementing a GPU version of the optical flow algorithm. The optical flow algorithm is based on the total variation features described in my bibliography. The internship takes place in VITRONIC (Wiesbaden, Germany), a pioneer and one of the leading organizations worldwide in the field of machine vision. The company is specialized in four domains: Industry, Logistics, Traffic and Body scanning. My internship deals with a theoretical background, which can be applied on different applications. I focus on two main problems: improving welds inspection in the automotive industry and rectifying the measurements of the VIPAC 3D scanner. In both case, the problems are similar and turn out to be classical optimization problems.
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